Foreign domestic workers on a day off in Central. Photo: Winson Wong Foreign domestic workers on a day off in Central. Photo: Winson Wong
Foreign domestic workers on a day off in Central. Photo: Winson Wong
Sophie Zinser
Opinion

Opinion

Sophie Zinser

Covid-19 is making millions of domestic workers more vulnerable. Tech can help

  • As Covid-19 spurs policy shifts, governments have a rare opportunity to recalibrate policies and better understand the obstacles facing migrant domestic workers
  • Some apps are trying to prevent harmful working conditions in the first place

Foreign domestic workers on a day off in Central. Photo: Winson Wong Foreign domestic workers on a day off in Central. Photo: Winson Wong
Foreign domestic workers on a day off in Central. Photo: Winson Wong
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Sophie Zinser

Sophie Zinser

Sophie Zinser is a researcher focusing on forced labour and China's role in the Middle East, South and Central Asia. She has worked with refugees and migrants on developing community-focused policy solutions for five years across the Middle East and Asia.